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Safe Cycling in Abu Dhabi – Explore Abu Dhabi Hotels

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Walking in the sunlight

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Abu Dhabi is a beautifully planned city. As we move closer towards the 49th UAE National Day celebrations, let me try and walk take you through some of the historic and beautiful places #inabudhabi – my home away from home.

In this video, you will see the fountains situated at Abu Dhabi Municipality. It has been a place to be for residents since a long time. With dedicated tracks for walking and cycling and with a very good full Basketball court nearby, evenings are always busy with fitness freaks.

Daily Passionate Photography Thoughts – Presentation 1 – Dt 29 May 2020 – Al Wathba Wetland Reserve

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Established by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Al Wathba Wetland Reserve is the first area in the Emirate designated for protection by law and was declared a Ramsar site in 2013. Once a coastal salt flat (sabkha), it has now flourished into natural and man-made lakes that enable many of Abu Dhabi’s species to thrive. In 2018, the reserve was placed on the IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas making it the first site in the region to receive this recognition.

The reserve is particularly known for its large population of Greater Flamingos – with as many as 4,000 living there during autumn and spring – but also hosts more than 250 species of birds, 37 plant species and a wide range of aquatic life. There are two self-guided walking trails (1.5 kms or 3 kms) for visitors to explore and a bird-watching hide to observe the flamingos.

Due to the current situation, our Al Watha Wetland Reserve will be closed to visitors until further notice

Content source: https://www.ead.gov.ae/en/experience-green-abu-dhabi/places-to-go/al-wathba-wetland-reserve

Photo by: Ramesh Menon, Abu Dhabi
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Explore Abu Dhabi

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In this photo: An Iconic building in Abu Dhabi. ADNOC Offshore (previously known as ADMA-OPCO) and ADNOC Gas (previously known as (ADGAS) headquarters in a 12-storey office tower. A glazed atrium is formed by the junction of two squares rotated in plan.
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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi

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A must visit place when you are in Abu Dhabi, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi  is a dream that was diligently made to a reality.

If you happen to be interested in art, history and photography and carrying a camera with you, I am sure, you will never finish clicking your photos. So many beautiful angles… I do not remember how many times, by now, I took my friends, family and official guests. I still fall in love capturing its beauty through my lenses and delay their return each time.

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The Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi

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A visit to Abu Dhabi is not complete now if you do not visit The Louvre Museum.

Do take time out to bring your friends and family without fail when they are in Abu Dhabi.

UAE culture must be respected – Letters to the editor – The National

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UAE culture must be respected
Visiting Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque the other day, I witnessed something embarrassing. It is good that the authorities show leniency towards visitors, so as to make their stay as comfortable as possible. That includes relaxation of the dress code.
However, such gestures should never be taken for granted, especially while visiting a religious place.
Unfortunately, that’s what happened when a bus full of scantily dressed tourists arrived at the mosque. Of course, they had to cover once they were in the queue to get in. But they definitely raised a few eyebrows.
I believe it’s the duty of everyone to show respect towards the culture of this country. How to convey this message to tourists is a matter of discussion. Should it start from the point of immigration, or is it the responsibility of the host, such as hotels where they stay, and tour operators?

Ramesh Menon, Abu Dhabi
To read it in original, please visit The National online.